Sustainable peace can be achieved, but it requires all hands on deck. In 2015 alone, the economic impact of violence to the global economy was $13.6 trillion, the equivalent of $5 per day for every person on the planet, or 11 times the size of global foreign direct investment.
To prevent conflict and achieve sustainable peace, we must...
Innovative finance is a tool that can harness the power of financial markets to drive these necessary transformations and advance the global peacebuilding agenda
Support the Innovative Finance for Sustainable Peace Initiative to put down our weapons and pick up this tool for a peaceful future.
About the Initiative
The Innovative Finance for Sustainable Peace Initiative is a 5-year initiative led by IIX Foundation that will use innovative financial mechanisms to unlock $1 billion, impacting 100 million lives, to drive forward sustainable peacebuilding efforts across the globe – in post-conflict countries, countries with high-risk of conflict and countries seeking to mitigate rising threats of violence by creating systemic social-economic resilience.
To effectively use financial markets to drive sustainable peace worldwide by creating ‘businessworthy’ companies, equal communities and a resilient planet for all
To embed a gender-lens to peacebuilding and shift the narrative from viewing women as victims of war to recognizing women as solutions to achieving peace
To galvanize key actors across sectors to jointly create innovative financial products for peace
The Pledge for Peace
I pledge to support The Innovative Finance for Sustainable Peace Initiative led by IIX Foundation that will use innovative financial mechanisms to drive forward sustainable peacebuilding efforts across the globe.
|29||Nicholas N.||United States||IIX||Sep 10, 2018|
|28||Raphael W.||Switzerland||Aug 13, 2018|
|27||Placide N.||Democratic Republic of the Congo||Club de paix pour développement " CPDEV/ASBL"||May 19, 2018|
|26||Seema T.||Singapore||Home Philosophy Pte Ltd||May 01, 2018|
|25||Abbas M.||Oman||Personal||Apr 28, 2018|
|24||Jose Alejandro G.||México||Pliu||Apr 27, 2018|
|23||Zahirul I.||Bangladesh||Stromme Foundation||Apr 27, 2018|
|22||Aysha N.||Canada||Apr 27, 2018|
|21||Arjun T.||Singapore||Apr 26, 2018|
|20||John I.||Nigeria||Young African Leaders Initiative||Apr 25, 2018|
|19||Maximus L.||Singapore||UNGRUMP||Apr 25, 2018|
|18||Ignacio P.||Apr 25, 2018|
|17||Gustavo B.||Colombia||TerraBlanca||Apr 25, 2018|
|16||Robert K.||Singapore||IIX||Apr 25, 2018|
|15||Jocelyn M.||USA||IIX||Apr 24, 2018|
|14||Bimala S.||Nepal||Higherground Nepal||Apr 24, 2018|
|13||Daniela C.||Singapore||NA||Apr 24, 2018|
|12||Nahida H.||Singapore||Apr 24, 2018|
|11||Mary C.||United States||Ramboll||Apr 24, 2018|
|10||Joan S.||Apr 24, 2018|
|9||Caroline B.||Singapore||Apr 24, 2018|
|8||Victoria O.||Singapore||Apr 24, 2018|
|7||Tina M.||USA||Apr 24, 2018|
|6||Sarah K.||Singapore||IIX||Apr 24, 2018|
|5||Laina G.||Singapore||Angels of Impact||Apr 24, 2018|
|4||Liang Teck P.||Singapore||D'Crypt||Apr 24, 2018|
|3||Durreen S.||Singapore||Singapore||Apr 24, 2018|
|2||Angela N.||Singapore||IIX||Apr 24, 2018|
|1||Jeremiah L.||Apr 22, 2018|